Hot dogs :) we made it & already at the beach! #lategram
Sun is out! 😬
5:14am & six and a half hours till we reach our destination
nocoka:Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 – February 6, 1918) was an Austrian symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession movement. Klimt is noted for his paintings, murals, sketches, and other objets d’art. Klimt’s primary subject was the female body; his works are marked by a frank eroticism.
'Helene Klimt'-My favourite portrait from Gustav Klimt (1989-Oil on cardboard, 60x40cm, Private Collection)
Bitch, I do both. How dare you criticize someone just because they don’t prefer or have access to the same physical activities as you. Not to mention that the two activities serve two different purposes. Zumba is more cardio-oriented with mild full-body toning whereas lifting is going to target specific muscle groups more intensely.
If you genuinely think your workout is better than someone else’s, you are a problem. You are one of the reasons our world is so fucked up. Health isn’t about badges, bragging rights, or physical superiority, and your perpetuations of those notions are part of why eating disorders, body dysmorphia, and depression are so rampant in modern society.
And let’s not ignore the misogyny that’s apparent in memes like this:
Zumba is coded as a feminine workout. It’s a workout that’s mainly aimed at women, taught by women, and framed as a feminine weight loss method. This means that zumba is often interpreted as “not a real workout” or somehow easier than other forms of exercise.
Compare that to lifting, which is a male dominated activity. It’s often okay for women to lift simply because men have already put their stamp of approval on this exercise. It’s okay for women to occasionally be tomboys, or to support their boyfriends at the gym, or to get “dat ass” by doing squats. As long as they mimic male activities without actually getting better than the guys, women are allowed to lift.
There’s a reason why we’re taught that one of these exercises is what a “bitch” does, while the other is legitimate.
A stunning bull elephant photographed by Brendon Jennings at Kariega Game Reserve, South Africa, during a photosafari with Africa Photographic Travel
(Source: wildography.co.uk, via amanha-e-outro-dia)